Chris Young’s ‘The Man I Want to Be’ Album Goes Gold
Chris Young's career is keeping him on the fast track to fame, as he recently just scored his fourth consecutive No. 1 single with 'Tomorrow.' Now, just one week later, Young is putting his party hat back on, because his second album, 'The Man I Want to Be,' has been certified gold by the RIAA after selling more than 500,000 units.
Young's 'The Man I Want to Be' album was released in September of 2009 and produced a total of three chart toppers, including 'Gettin’ You Home (The Black Dress Song),' 'Voices' and the title track.
Last month, Young released his latest album, 'Neon,' and the new collection of songs debuted at No. 4 on Billboard's Top 200 chart after selling more than 72,000 copies in the first week's sales. The album is the singer's third album on RCA Records and has already produced the No. 1 single, 'Tomorrow.'
'Tomorrow,' written by Young, Frank Myers and Anthony Smith, was certified gold earlier this summer and is now nearing 650,000 downloads, making it the singer's best-selling digital track to date. Young premiered his next single, 'You,' off of his new album last week on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.' The song is set to impact country radio later this month.
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